July 24 Used To be An Incredibly Hot Day In The US

Climate alarmists got hysterical a few weeks ago about a forecast high temperature of 121F in Phoenix. It didn’t happen and wouldn’t have been unusual for Arizona anyway.

But on July 24, 1936 temperatures did reach 121F in Kansas, and 118F in Nebraska. Almost the entire US was over 90F.

July 24, 1934 was even hotter.

July 24, 1940 was almost as hot.

During the July 1901 heatwave, 700 people died from the heat in New York City alone.

The last really hot July 24 occurred in 1940, when CO2 was below 320 PPM. As CO2 has increased, hot weather has decreased.

There is zero correlation between hot weather and CO2, but that doesn’t stop the climate mafia from constantly lying about it.

Compare the wildly fraudulent news stories now with the credible news of 1936. In 1936, scientists said the extreme heat of the previous 25 years wasn’t due to farmers or other humans, and wasn’t climate change.

24 Jul 1936, Page 48 – Oakland Tribune at Newspapers.com

Sadly, the days of honest climate scientists are gone.

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6 Responses to July 24 Used To be An Incredibly Hot Day In The US

  1. ЯΞ√ΩLUT↑☼N says:

    Still plenty of honest climate scientists left, but they’ve been mired by Leftard lies of late. All they need to do is maintain their integrity and report those that don’t.

    Sure it’ll take some time, but eventually the truth will out too large for the MSM to ignore, as they’ll be starved for stories by then

  2. LOL in Oregon says:

    Repent, sinner!
    It is all your fault!
    YOU must give to the leaders and bishops of the movement!
    How can the religion spread unless you give!
    Remember, Gorbole Warming, eerrr, Gobole Climate Change…errr…
    …anyway, get back to your cave and repent!

  3. LOL in Oregon says:

    Repent sinner!
    Just because they could do nuclear,
    ……doesn’t mean they could measure “temperature”!
    They’se was very simple, in those days!
    …..even worse, they didn’t have any booze!

    We have much better compootors errr coopoters errr
    …that Job’sey thing you can hold and talk to
    to do the great and glorious work for the supreme religious leaders!

  4. Andy DC says:

    If CO2 was truly a lever that controls the climate thermostat and alarmists could control the lever, by making everyone return to a 17th Century lifestyle by means of a world communist dictatorship, it is apparent that we would have hotter, dryer summers, more crop failures, more frequent major hurricanes and worse tornadoes. Somehow doesn’t seem worth sacrificing our economy and our modern way of living for that result!

  5. Nicholas Schroeder, BSME, PE says:

    So, I’m making sprinkler system repairs in the sunny backyard. Air temp is 91 F, 305 K. Various tools scattered around. Fired up the system to check for leaks and started rounding up tools.

    Ever picked up a hunk of steel that’s been sitting in the sun? EEEYOOWW! Hot and then some. If you can’t hang on to it, it’s over 140 F, 333 K. That is how OSHA determined the limit for installing insulation or guards.

    That utility knife didn’t get 140 F + from the ground, it didn’t get that hot from the air, it was heated by the S-B IR from the sun.

    140 F, 333 K, is S-B BB 697.2 W/m^2. That’s a lot more than the 342 W/m^2 ToA seen in the K-T diagram and a whole lot more than the 160 W/m^2 that makes it to the “surface.” It’s over twice the bogus 333 W/m^2 GHG perpetual loop. Actually at 40 N and 30% albedo the maximum theoretical S-B BB power flux on a horizontal surface would be 733.6 W/m^2, 333.7 K, 147.7 F.

    1,368 W/m^2 * Cos 40 * .70 = 733.6 W/m^2

    This is known as engineering science. Our stuff has to actually work.

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